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We had planned it to be a slow and relaxing day, so we asked for a late check out and slept in... Well we tried to sleep in, but the church bells right beside our hotel room rang over 60 times at 6am, and I had trouble falling asleep after that. The breakfast was served until 10am, and because I don't drink coffee or tea with breakfast, the waitress lady made me a hot chocolate... Yum! We slept very well, on that large comfortable bed ...
... br> inside burger - some local delicacy. I rather stay away. But very lively
market. We then crossed back to the area to St.Peter's Church
(Peterskirche). Its located in this place called Rindermarkt. Just next
to Marineplatz. Peterskirche is the oldest church in Munich (13th
century Gothic church). Its knows as "Old peter" for its distinct bell
tower. It has a 306 step tower that you can ascend to have a panoramic
view of the city. We skipped it. We came ...
... that we went and that we are explaining this on here graphically is so like the plaque that is displayed at the camp that says in big letters NEVER AGAIN. We then drove to Munich and stopped at the BMW museum where we had a unique opportunity to sit in some of the nicest and expensive cars in the world. We drove to our hotel past the Mercedes Benz museum which was huge and Allianz arena the ...
... in their name. I would guess that this direction was into a valley, probably in the middle ages. This city goes back to the 10th century and many of the breweries were started in the 15th century. So this city goes back to as early as the Holy Roman Empire.
So we got to Paulaner im Tal, and were invited in to sit where we wanted. The waiter gave us both German menus and there were some things there I didn’t recognize. He realized ...
... their seat every time she lent forwards. Tough times! Jaso finally rocked up and met us after hanging out with some Slovenian people. We then went out and enjoyed some crazy rides and bumper cars, being a little bit drunk makes them so much more crazy! After taking a little too long to make it back to the tent and grabbing some dinner (moving with 6 people in such a crowd in a nightmare!). One thing we did try was sherbet shots! You take the sherbet in your mouth and swirl ...
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